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On 8 January 2016, the Singaporean government announced the Research, Innovation and Enterprise 2020 scheme for the years 2016-2020.
The plan foresees expenditures of 19 billion SGD (ca. 14 billion USD) or 4 billion SGD annually (1% of the country's GDP) for R&D projects in the country. The funds shall be focused on technological advances in the following four areas:
In these areas, the focus shall be on academic research, manpower, as well as innovation and enterprise.
A similar plan was introduced back in 2011 (cf. Related Measures) but with a smaller budget of 16.1 billion SGD.
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